From History of Dane County, Wisconsin, publ. by Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1880, page 958-959

REV. JOHN C. BRENDEL, Pastor of the Evangelical Association Church; born in 1844 in Germany; came to the United States when quite young; his parents settled in Herkimer Co., N.Y.; has resided in Wisconsin since 1850. He was educated mainly at the Northwestern College of the Evangelical Association, now located at Naperville, Ill. He was married, in 1868, to Miss Maggie ROBISH, of Jefferson, Wisconsin; they have three children - Edward W., Maggie L. and Irvin W. His first pastorate was for two years at Beloit, Wis.; then he was three years in charge of the church at New Glarus, Green Co., Wis.; then three years in the township of Honey Creek, near Sauk City, Wis.; since 1878, his labors have been in Madison. His church has a membership of sixty; he is a faithful Pastor of his "little flock."

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